New Deathwatch, Rogue Trader, Black Crusade and Only War adventures released


Out of material for your Warhammer 40,000 roleplaying adventures? Well no matter what system you play it seems that today is your lucky day, as Fantasy Flight Games announce the release of four new adventures.

All four adventures are linked, and together tell the story of the fall of the imperial word of Solace from multiple perspectives. Originally written for use at Gen Con Indy 2013, they’re now available to everyone through DriveThruRPG.

Black Crusade Binding Contracts

Binding Contracts (Black Crusade)

This first adventure follows the story of a group of heretics following the prophecy of an oracle of chaos, by the name of “the Many-Eyed”. The heretics spark the fall of Solace, working to undermine Solace Hive and summon a daemon. Here it is on DriveThruRPG ($4.95).

Deathwatch Falling Star

Falling Star (Deathwatch)

In Falling Star, a Deathwatch Kill-Team investigate the Ardent Crown, which recently re-appeared in a degrading orbit over Solace after being lost in the Warp. It’s a snatch-and-grab mission, with the Kill-Team fighting against an Eldar Farseer and even darker foes in a race to grab the relics and escape. It’s also $4.95 on DriveThruRPG.

Rogue Trader Shedding Light

Shedding Light (Rogue Trader)

Solace’s dark and mysterious depths are explored in Shedding Light, which sees a Rogue Trader and their team explore “an ancient chasm that contains strange relics of forgotten aeons”. An unnamed cataclysm which “rocks the world of Solace” complicates matters, unfortunately (why can’t these things ever be simple?). $4.95 on DriveThruRPG.

Only War Salvaging Solace

Salvaging Solace (Only War)

The final hour of Solace is upon the players in Salvaging Solace, as an unknown voidship strikes the surface, mutants surge out of the depths, and even more nasties pour out of the woodwork. Perhaps unsurprisingly, that too is $4.95 on DriveThruRPG.

Header image by the fantastic Kai Lim.

Source: FFG

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